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I've actually not done any AS yet. Doesn't sound like it should be too hard... N E one out here have the answer?
 

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Generally, my first step for any applescript project is to record the script, and then examine it.

Basically, you open the script editor, begin recording, then go about your business. In this case, launch the browser, go to the page, quit the browser, quit the recording.

Then examine the script, you should have the basic steps scripted for you. The rest is just AppleScript Help and fine tuning.

There are some great AppleScript sites on the web, with forums like this one where you can ask the experts your questions, about fine tuning the script.

Although I have no doubt that Safari will be fully AppleScript-aware, as a Beta program it may not be fully implemented yet.

Try:
AppleScript Central
 
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